NeuroNet is a learning readiness program that helps students become independent learners. It provides structured, at-home practice of exercises incorporating specific movement exercises. The goal is to help struggling students become independent learners and develop a “can-do” attitude toward learning. In the context of NeuroNet exercises, children practice speech and articulation, work on balance and motor skills, and develop accuracy and fluency in handwriting. They perform gross motor exercises while initially watching a video model on a computer.

This is available as a home-based program.